Meditation Helper 2

Meditation Helper 2

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Binaural beats only work with headphones. Binaural beats work by playing tones at two slightly different MHz frequencies. The difference between the two tones in this music track is tuned to match the Alpha, Gamma or Theta brain wave state (from the relaxed Alpha state (10mhz) to the more relaxed and meditative Gamma state (5mhz) to the trance-dream state Theta (2mhz). This audio track will transition from 10 Mhz to 2mhz in-between crystal singing bowl gong tones.

You can use the gong tones in this Meditation Helper track as your focus to remind your mind that it is time to meditate. Use the gong tone to help bring your mind back from wandering. This meditation music track uses a crystal singing bowl gong sound to remind your mind to return from it's wandering and focus on your meditation. The Meditation Helper track also has zen base sounds and chanting to raise your vibration, and then the track starts with binaural beats, starting out at 10mhz (Alpha) 5mhz (Theta) and 2mhz (gamma). Headphones are needed for the binaural beats segment.

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Binaural beats are a technique that combines two slightly different sound frequencies to create the perception of a single new frequency tone. The theory beyond this is that when exposed to two different frequencies at the same time, one in each ear, the brain actually perceives the sounds as a single tone that is the difference between the two separate frequencies. Your brain, in a sense, tunes into this new frequency.

It is important to listen to binaural beats using headphones. By using earphones you will experience in each ear, a sound that is at a slightly different frequency (the sounds are often accompanied by some relaxing background sounds). If your right ear receives a 300-hertz tone and your left ear receives a 280-hertz tone, your brain will process and absorb a 10-hertz tone. That’s a very low-frequency soundwave sound that you can’t actually hear. But you don’t need to hear the sound in order for your brain to be affected by it.

Listening to these soundwaves is helpful for relaxation and sleep. Science shows that being exposed to binaural beats can create changes in the brain, and listening to these sounds that create a low-frequency tone, triggers a slow-down in the brainwave activity and that may help you to relax, lower anxiety, and make it easier for you to fall asleep and have a more sound sleep.

To understand how binaural beats help relaxation, mental performance, mood, and sleep, it helps to know a bit about brain waves and what they indicate about your state of consciousness, mental activity, and emotion. Brainwaves are created from the pulses of electrical activity that your neurons exhibit as they communicate with one other. Your feelings, thoughts, and actions are all expressed through this constant neural communication, so your brainwaves are associated with how you feel and what you can do at any given moment.

Alpha. Alpha brainwave patterns are associated with the state of wakeful relaxation. Alpha waves are lower in frequency (between 9-14 hertz) and are dominant when you are calm and relaxed, but still, alert. Alpha waves are associated with states of meditation, and also with your ability to be creative.

Theta. Theta brainwave patterns are associated with deep relaxation and with some stages of sleep, to include the lighter stages of non-REM (NREM) sleep. REM sleep on its own is mostly composed of beta wave and other activity that is similar to an alert, waking brain. Deep meditation produces theta waves, which are slower and with a lower frequency (between 5-8 hertz) than Alpha waves.

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